Red Hot Chili Peppers begin U.S. Tour

Red Hot Chili Peppers announced the band will begin a U.S. tour in 2012. If you are a fan. Start shopping to tickets!

In the last four years, Red Hot Chili Peppers have been focusing more on Europe and U.K., leaving their U.S. fans hoping for some good news. The last U.S. gig was the Stadium Arcadium tour, when the band welcomed its new guitarist, Josh Klinghoffer.

The band’s official site has finally announced a U.S. tour to promote the 2011’s disc “I’m With You”. Red Hot Chili Peppers have just released a video for the second single off the album, which has already sold 229,000 copies. The single called “Monarchy of Roses” managed to debut on the second position in the Billboard 200.

This is what frontman Anthony Kiedis had to say about the album: “It’s very dynamic, so we really have to focus on letting each song exist unto itself with all its beauty. There’s a lot going on”.

So far, there are news regarding only six concerts throughout the United States, but one of the Red Hot Chili Peppers spokespersons said there will be more shows, but details will be released in a couple of weeks. However, if you simply cannot wait for the other shows to be announced, you can always start shopping for your tickets at one of the first six shows. Tickets will go on sale December 3.

The best thing is that the tour starts January 25 in Charlotte, North Carolina at Time Warner Cable Arena. Two days later you’ll find them in Raleigh playing at RBC Center. On January 28, Red Hot Chili Peppers will shake the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia. The band will be in Duluth at Gwinnett Arena on January 30. The next day they will perform in Greensboro at the Coliseum. The last of the first six shows will take place in Memphis, at the FedEx Forum on February 3.

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